It's an exciting time for the Sydneysider with some finely tuned tastebuds, because the Taste of Sydney festival is rolling back into town next week. The foodie fiesta will take place at Centennial Park from March 13th to 16th, and the jampacked programme has our heads positively spinning with aceness.
There'll be plenty of places to grab a refreshing tipple, plus opportunities to talk shop with culinary pros and a salute to all the scrummy grub Tassie has to offer. We're particularly keen to check out the Country Kitchen, where you can add pop-up pickling, bread-making and growing your own produce to your skills list.
Flicking through the events is a wee bit overwhelming, so your best bet is heading along (with an empty tum) and going for a wander. We're chuffed to have five double passes to give away, plus a one-off signed copy of the book Like Grandma Used to Make by Dirty Girl Kitchen founder Rebecca Sullivan.
To enter, just email through your name and address and tell us your culinary specialty. If you'd prefer not to leave your foodie future in the hands of chance, Taste of Sydney have created a special offer for frankie readers – enter FRANKIE in the promo code box to book two tickets for a measly $40. Bon appetite!